All Results in Battles of Gate Pa & Te Ranga (1864) discussion

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Hello and kia ora koutou. I am a keen fan of Tauranga history and am very interested in the early contact between Brown, Viard and local Maori prior to the 1860s.
2016
This will be added to the pathfinder shortly. Some of the newspapers printed between 1842 and 1932 for Māori are available online : Go to Niupepa Māori Newspapers   http://www.nzdl.org/cgi-bin/library.cgi?a=p&p=about&c=niupepa Search for
2014
Debbie's book is a beautifully produced piece of New Zealand history. There is no doubt that the events at Gate Pa were quite pivotal in the unfolding of the New
2014
Researching my family tree I came across your article on FGE Glover (my 3rd great uncle). I see that you don't have his birth date. The England 1841 Census suggests
2016
Kia ora Debbie - I was just wondering if there is any record of what was said on the occasion the cross was unveiled.   Thanks
2013
Can you tell me who painted the picture of General Duncan Cameron (not the von Tempsky version)?
2016
Interesting article on the Gate Pā Pou. Regarding the information about Waitaha leader Hakaraia Mahika. The text claims that the Crown labelled Hakaraia ‘the son of Satan’. Could you please
2014
  Heni Te Kirikaramu was at the Battle of Gate Pa but she never gave water to Colonel Booth.  Heni came to the Battle from Tawhitinui Pa at Whakamarama so
2017
Kia ora Belinda Thank you for your query. Although there are other books that you're probably familiar with ('I have planted' by Noeline Hall, and the Gifford and Williams history
2016
Kia ora, I have searched the Bay of Plenty Times for April of 1964 for this information, but unfortunately I have not yet been about to locate anything about the
2013
Kia ora SC Short, Yes, that is the correct information and I understand that my reference to it may have been a bit ambiguous. I have now tidied it up so it
2014
Hi could you put refreances to what you have explained, or how you came to the concluesion.  In response to Patrick Nicholas, about how Heni never gave water to Colonel
2017
The Name is Wi Kotero not Wi Kotiro.  Kotero is "ermented potatoes" Kotiro is a girl.  
2014
sorry suppose to read fermented
2014